A theatrical trailer and some film stills for Mélanie’s upcoming movie “Night Train to Lisbon” have been released. Take a look at the stills and caps in our gallery. Mélanie plays the character young Estefania, and the film is due out in early 2013 in Europe.
I’ve added DVD screencaptures from “Les Adoptés,” Mélanie’s first full-length film as director. She also co-starred as character Lisa. Enjoy!
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Mélanie is set to star in yet another upcoming film, but this time she’ll be working with a French director again. The title is “Lettre d’une inconnue” / “Letter From An Unknown Woman” and will be a second adaptation of the novel of the same name. Read a bit more below. The film’s director Christian Carion previously directed Mélanie’s “Inglourious Basterds” co-stars Diane Kruger and Daniel Brühl in “Joyeux Noël”.
Melanie Laurent To Star In Letter From An Unknown Woman
Inglourious Basterds and Beginners star Melanie Laurent has signed on to star in Christian Carion‘s adaptation of Letter From An Unknown Woman. The story follows “an author who, while reading a letter written by a woman he does not remember, gets glimpses into her life story.”
Director Christian Carion‘s is known for his fantastic work in Europe with films like L’affaire Farewell and Joyeux Noel, which both starred Laurent’s Inglourious Basterds co-star Diane Kruger.
Laurent is currently shooting Now You See Me alongside Jesse Eisenberg, Mark Ruffelo, Woody Harrelson, Isla Fisher, Dave Franco, Michael Caine and Morgan Freeman.
Once she finishes that she will star in Night Train To Lisbon with Christopher Lee, Jack Huston, Vanessa Redgrave and Jeremy Irons, which will take her right up to the summer which is when Letters From An Unknown Woman will begin filming.
No official release date has been set but it is likely to be released in 2013.
Hi, everyone. I’ve added almost 70 photos of Mélanie on set shooting her upcoming movie “Now You See Me” on location in New York City. More new photos coming soon as well.
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And finally some news! Mélanie has joined the cast of another big international movie, “Night Train To Lisbon”. It’s in pre-production and scheduled for a 2013 release. Read a bit more below.
Vanessa Redgrave, Melanie Laurent and Bruno Ganz join cast of Night Train to Lisbon
Vanessa Redgrave, Melanie Laurent and Bruno Ganz are joining the cast of new movie Night Train to Lisbon.
The new thriller is being made by Bille August and it was already confirmed that Jeremy Irons would star.
According to Variety, Christopher Lee, Jack Huston, Lena Olin and Martina Gedeck will also appear in the movie, which is based on the book by Pascal Mercier.
It has been written by Ulrich Herrmann and Greg Latter and follows the story of a Swiss professor who finds a book by a Portuguese author that makes him leave his old life behind in search of the writer.
I’ve added over 1,600 captures of Mélanie’s role in “Beginners” in beautiful HD quality. Enjoy!
Film Productions > Beginners (2011) > DVD Screencaptures
A bit more info about Mélanie’s new American movie “Now You See Me” has been released as the cast continues to solidify. I’d assumed she would be one of the magicians, but she’s actually going to play one of the agents tracking them down, alongside Mark Ruffalo.
Mark Ruffalo is set to star as the leader of a team of FBI agents who are investigating the Four Horsemen, a squad of the world’s greatest illusionists who pull off a series of daring bank heists during their performances, then shower the profits on their auds. Jesse Eisenberg will play the arrogant yet brilliant leader of the Four Horsemen, while Morgan Freeman and Melanie Laurent co-star as an ex-magician and a federal agent, respectively.
Fisher is in talks to play Henley, a master technician who builds contraptions to aid in the illusion of the heists.
I’ve added almost 2,000 captures of Mélanie’s lead role in Jennifer Devoldère’s “Et soudain, tout le monde me manque.” The two previously collaborated in “Jusqu’à toi.” Enjoy!
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